NYC Farmers Market: A Feast for the Senses

On the last day of summer, the local NYC farmers market was a feast for my senses. I was out for a walk and didn't bring my wallet, so I could look, smell, touch, but not buy the beautiful produce of bountiful summer harvests. I did bring my phone and took photos. The trip brought … Continue reading NYC Farmers Market: A Feast for the Senses

My Vaccine Memories

My vaccine memories are personal ones from my childhood. But these are colored from my years in biomedical research when protecting people from infectious diseases like hepatitis C and HIV was an unreachable goal. We still don't have a vaccine for either virus. Have a look at the History of Vaccines site, from the College … Continue reading My Vaccine Memories